This hybrid chapbook of lyric essays, poems, and photographs by Don Krieger explores the intersections between personal history, scientific discovery, and modern-day politics. By turns surprising, humorous, angry, and touching, Krieger offers an engaging take on the last fifty years of American life.
We are now open for chapbook and full-length manuscript submissions.
Filled with clever, tender, insightful poems, Marcus Whalbring writes through the lens of family relationships–as a father, as a son, as a husband, and is rooted in the everyday, yet he also reflects on the larger issues. Love and death, presence and abandonment, the “why are we here” questions of children all work together alongside skillful use of syntax and breath to create a memorable, lovely book that will remind readers of a quiet afternoon at home.
We are thrilled to share this innovative love story with you!
Burn Down Your House is a series of white-out poetry leveraging Madeleine L’Engle’s Two-Part Invention: the Story of a Marriage, which specifically explores L’Engle’s marriage to Hugh Franklin, a life inevitably marked by love and death. This white-out chapbook creates a new thing, yet is still a reflection of love and of marriage in the midst of life and death. Two individuals joined in marriage are nothing but texts of the past, creating something new and different from something old. Have a look at it! https://milkandcakepress.com/product/burn-down-your-house-by-angelique-zobitz/
Milk & Cake Press is now accepting submissions for our annual anthology, Dead of Winter, to be published in February 2022. We are looking for poems that deal with the supernatural, the mythological, the mysterious, the uncanny.
To submit, please submit 1-3 poems in a Word document and your bio to Duosuma. There is no submission fee. Payment will be a copy of the anthology.
Submissions close October 31, 2021.